Patton'd and Pirates Collarboration

Animation is a simple, effective way to communicate all the whats, whys and hows of research. This makes them both a great educational asset and marketing tool to attract funding and…

News June 1, 2020

Labels for the COVID Cause

Deakin’s Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) researchers and industry partners HeiQ Australia are making hand sanitiser for Victoria’s emergency service workers to combat the supply shortages brought about by the…

News May 20, 2020

Lab Notes: The Art of Science

Looking for a new podcast to tune into? Why not check out the Lab Notes podcast by Eon Labs? Eon Labs director Leo Stevens hosts some incredible guests in the…

News,SciComm April 24, 2020

How do you merge science with art?

What’s it like to study and work across two contrasting industries? Very few know better than our Creative in Chief, Molly Patton who has spent more than ten years with…

Design,News March 23, 2020

What does COVID-19 mean for Patton'd Studios?

Business as usual Like all of you, we’ve been watching the COVID-19 (aka coronavirus) situation unfold and develop into an increasingly serious issue – one that is not going away…

News March 17, 2020

We Have a New [Digital] Home

After many months of designing, testing, re-designing and re-testing, we are very proud to present our new website. The upgrade was necessary to better reflect the services we now provide…

News March 16, 2020

How Design Positively Impacts Science

Looking for some easy listening this Sunday? Why not check out Gaius and Jenn on the Some People Creating Interesting ART (#SCIArt) YouTube channel? Episode 4 features our Creative in…

Design,News August 19, 2019

The Value of Design in Science

At the 2019 ACES Symposium, founder and creative in chief Molly Patton spoke with attendees about the relationship between science and design and the value design brings to fundamental research.…

Design,News February 14, 2019

Celebrating Journal Cover Success

Journal covers are some of our favourite creative projects! They’re a real chance to let loose and create some scientific artworks (#sciart) whilst collaborating with researchers and this year has…

News December 17, 2018

Getting Cheeky with the Cheeky Neurons

250, 000 Australians have epilepsy. That’s 1% of the population. Surprised? So were we! What’s more, many of those are children, and yet the educational materials geared towards kids are…

News November 1, 2018